Book review on the newly release horror novella, so good I came out of retirement to write this. *SOME SPOILERS*
'Young Animals' and select 'Rebirth' titles will feature variants.
Also: what's that heavy breathing and some new posters.
AMC is trying to plan for the show's ending in 2089.
Jim Lee will showcase time management.
Which moment from a comic this week caught your interest?
For the first time, they're going to try maintaining positive relationships.
Also, the Unlimited Class Wrestling Federation is back.
Including dance action
SPOILER: Looks like a gorilla
"And proceeds to dig a bigger hole."
Director Luc Besson returns to high-action science-fiction
That’s how you rock and roll.
Two of which are store specific variants.
They might want to focus on a director for Deadpool 2 first though.
Looks like this Spider-Man won't be afraid to bust a move.
X-Men is headed for another reboot.
This time Mr. Campbell seems to have taken the character’s age into account.
Someone is looking to get typecasted.
Because what is an event book without needless peripheries?
They need the world's second largest Walking Dead fanboy.
"And I think it's gonna be refreshing but at the same time completely familiar."
CEO Ross Richie needs a new boat.
UPDATED: Hal Jordan & The GLC #8, Mother Panic #1, Action Comics #967, Deathstroke #6, Earth 2: Society #18
And Robert Kirkman is along for the American Werewolf ride!
Comics had a WEIRD sense of humor back in the 50s and 60s.
Do we need to report on this? No, but if we don't then Jude Terror will.
Five covers, four interior pages and one CRAZY teaser for the next issue.
Kevin Tsujihara is confident that it is great.
Old series returns